Journalismusfest Innsbruck 2023
Atlas of Globalization. The world in maps and graphics
The planet is at its limits, new viruses are temporarily paralyzing entire countries, and the gap between rich and poor is widening. Le Monde diplomatique’s first atlas of globalization was published 20 years ago. It set standards in journalistic cartography. In over 200 novel charts, this is the first comprehensive and vivid presentation of what globalization means in the 21st century: for the mobility of people and goods, for political participation, social progress or worldwide communication from San Francisco to Kinshasa. Eight atlases and 20 years later, this small exhibition uses the current atlas of globalization “Unequal World” as an example to show various graphic forms at their latest state. The exhibition was created for the Journalismusfest 2023 as a cooperation project with Le Monde Diplomatique/ Berlin. And will be distributed by Südwind.
Opening Friday, May 12, 13:30, Theologie, courtyard
Infographic: Adolf Buitenhuis; Research: Adolf Buitenhuis, Antonio Rylke; Editing: Dorothee D’Aprile, Stefan Mahlke; Layout: Maria Markt-Stecher
Free admission; open in Theologie on Fri 5/12 to 7:00pm, Sat 5/13, Sun 5/14 and Mon 5/15 10:00am-1:00pm.
The exhibition will be shown from Tue. 16.5. to Fri. 2.6. in the WEI SRAUM Designforum Tirol in Innsbruck; Tues.-Fri. from 13:00-18:00; closed on 25.5. and 1.6.
The exhibition is a cooperation of the Journalismusfest Innsbruck with Le Monde diplomatique, German Edition/Berlin and Südwind.
Dan & Lia Perjovschi: Fragments of Humanity
For more than 30 years, Dan Perjovschi has been commenting on current events and everyday life in an unmistakably reduced visual language, with a few lines. His drawings on Putin’s war in Ukraine were on display at the last Documenta Kassel 2022. As a journalist, he is also the editor of Horizontale Zeitung.
Lia Perjovschi’s work consists of performances, actions, installations, drawings and text-based works. Her collage series 2020 Timeline, for example, captures current events such as the Black Lives Matter movement and encourages us to rethink existing social structures and search for new, sustainable ways of living for people and nature.
Opening on Friday, May 12, 2023, 18:00 pm with Dan & Lia Perjovschi. Introduced by Ivana Marjanović, Kunstraum Innsbruck, Director and curator of the exhibition
Free admission; Sat. May 13-July 15
Tue, Wed, Fri 13:00-18:00; Thu 13:00-20:00, Sat 10:00-15:00.
An exhibition of the Kunstraum Innsbruck on the occasion of the Journalismusfest
The exhibition will be accompanied by a talk with the artists on Saturday, 13.5. at 12 p.m.
Untold. Theater in Pictures. Photographs by Monika Ritterhaus.
24 women from operas by Richard Wagner, each in her own cosmos, encounter “lost profiles” from different stage narratives. A photograph can reveal a tiny section from a stage event that the eye may not perceive. Moments in between. Moments of silence. Fragments. In the compilation, the images get in contact with each other. They enter into a dialogue. Reassembled, subjective storyboards emerge from the images.
Opening on Thursday, May 11, 2023, 18:30pm with Monika Rittershaus, Opera and theater photographer, Berlin, and Birgit Gufler, Fotoforum, Director
Free admission; Fri. 12 May to 9 June
Tues.-Fri. 15:00-19:00, Sat. 10:00-13:00
An exhibition of the Fotoforum on the occasion of the Journalismusfest
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A weekend with a view: Debates, talks, readings, films, exhibitions and audio features
We look forward to journalists, scientists and NGOs from different regions of the world.
The festival venues are in the center of Innsbruck. They can be easily reached on foot.